Time­walker “Cap­puc­ci­nos”


The new Mont­blanc Time­walker Man­u­fac­ture Chrono­graph com­mem­o­rates the golden age of mo­tor rac­ing with in­tri­cate de­tails. The dial, with its brown tri-coun­ters on a "Cap­puc­cino" beige back­ground is what has be­come com­monly known as a “panda” de­sign. This new colour scheme was in­spired by the old “trop­i­cal” di­als found on vin­tage time­pieces. The 43mm stain­less steel case has been satin-fin­ished for an au­to­mo­tive look and bet­ter re­sis­tance to scratches. The Time­walker Man­u­fac­ture Chrono­graph is equipped with a new fixed black bezel en­graved with a tachymeter scale that is made of shiny high-tech black ce­ramic for ut­most ro­bust­ness, dura­bil­ity and per­for­mance. The time­piece is pow­ered by the brand-new Man­u­fac­ture chrono­graph Cal­i­bre MB 25.10 fea­tur­ing tra­di­tional fin­ish­ing such as Côtes de Genève, cir­cu­lar grain­ing, blue screws and a new monobloc os­cil­lat­ing weight made of black rhodium-plated tung­sten and de­signed in the shape of a steer­ing wheel. The move­ment is equipped with a tra­di­tional col­umn wheel, a hor­i­zon­tal cou­pling as well as a stop-sec­ond mech­a­nism, al­low­ing for the pre­cise set­ting of the time.

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